During May, the Month of the Family, MBC introduces viewers to the touching story
of a four-fingered pianist named Hee-ah (20 years old) and her mother Woo Gap-seon
(50 years old). With high-quality pictures and synchronous recording, viewers
will experience a movie-like documentary.
Born with a level-one congenital malformation of her limbs, Hee-ah only has
two fingers on each hand. She doesn't have the lower part of her legs and her
IQ is lower than average. Therefore, everyone believed that it was impossible
for her to play the piano. However, Hee-ah and her mother never gave up. She
believed that Hee-ah wouldn't be able to do anything if she couldn't play the
piano. Therefore, they applied themselves to the task with particular urgency.
After practicing the piano for 10 hours a day, Hee-ah finally became the only
four-fingered pianist in the world. Now, she has become a living symbol of hope
for the physically and mentally challenged, and she also made the those without
such burdens look deeply into their own lives.
Hee-ah, The Four-Fingered Pianist documents the life of Hee-ah, who made possible
what seemed to be impossible, and her devoted mother over the course of a year.
This year, Hee-ah is preparing for her concerts in China, Japan and England.
She has a message of hope for the entire world; Nothing is impossible. You
can do it.